Assessment Results

Key Stage 2 SATS Results 2017

                                  

 

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above

Percentage of pupils achieving the higher standard 

Average 'Scaled Score'

 Progress Score

(confidence interval

in brackets)

Reading

 

St. Teresa's -90%

National - 71%

St. Teresa's - 33%

National - 25%

St. Teresa's -107

National- 104

2.1

(0.2 to 4.0)

Writing

 

St. Teresa's -85%

National - 76%

St. Teresa's - 25%

National - 18%

N/A

0.7

(-1.2 to 2.6)

Mathematics

 

St. Teresa's - 95%

National - 75%

St. Teresa's - 38%

National - 23%

St. Teresa's -108

National - 104

3.3

(1.6 to 5.0)

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

St. Teresa's -93%

National - 77%

St. Teresa's -50%

National - 31%

St. Teresa's - 109

National - 106

N/A

 

For reading, writing and mathematics combined the percentage achieving the expected standard was 80% at St. Teresa's. This was above the national figure of 61%.

For reading, writing and mathematics combined the percentage of pupils achieving the higher standard was 18% at St. Teresa's. This was above the national figure of 9%.

Key Stage 2 SATS Results 2016

                                  

 

Percentage of pupils achieving the expected standard or above

Percentage of pupils achieving the higher standard

Average 'Scaled Score'

Progress Score

(confidence interval

in brackets)

Reading

 

St. Teresa's -78%

National - 66%

St. Teresa's - 11%

National - 19%

St. Teresa's -104

National- 103

0.2

(-1.9 to 2.3)

Writing

 

St. Teresa's -72%

National - 74%

St. Teresa's -8%

National - 15%

N/A

-1.9

(-4.0 to 0.2)

Mathematics

 

St. Teresa's -83%

National - 70%

St. Teresa's -8%

National - 17%

St. Teresa's -104

National - 103

0.3

(-1.5 to 2.1)

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

St. Teresa's -92%

National - 72%

St. Teresa's -14%

National - 23%

St. Teresa's - 105

National - 104

N/A

 

For reading, writing and mathematics combined the percentage achieving the expected standard was 67% at St. Teresa's. This was above the national figure of 53%.

For reading, writing and mathematics combined the percentage of pupils achieving the higher standard was 3% at St. Teresa's. The national figure was 5%.